Connect 4 Board Game, £6.66 @ Tesco Direct
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Connect 4 Board Game, £6.66 @ Tesco Direct

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Found 16th Dec 2014Made hot 17th Dec 2014
Just been browsing the Tesco website in search of board games and found Connect 4 for £6.66 reduced from £10.00 which I think is a great price for a classic game.

You can collect in store for free or home delivery is £3.00, don't forget your clubcard boosts too!

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It's such an EVIL game (_;)

Hours of endless fun. Every child (and adult?) should have this game. I'll be buying one for our local food bank's toy drive at this price. Thanks OP.

eklynne

Hours of endless fun. Every child (and adult?) should have this game. … Hours of endless fun. Every child (and adult?) should have this game. I'll be buying one for our local food bank's toy drive at this price. Thanks OP.



Don't be a mug. Guaranteed 99% of food bank users are smokers and you can bet your life they find the cash to fund their nasty, expensive habit. Oh here come the attacking replies, always happens when somebody sticks their head above the pc parapet.

Gball

Don't be a mug. Guaranteed 99% of food bank users are smokers and you … Don't be a mug. Guaranteed 99% of food bank users are smokers and you can bet your life they find the cash to fund their nasty, expensive habit. Oh here come the attacking replies, always happens when somebody sticks their head above the pc parapet.


Hi Gball. That may be the case where you live, but not here. I live in what was once an affluent town where many families have fallen on really hard times since a lot of the industry has closed down in the last 10 years (electronics, rolls royce). There is genuine hardship here. Sorry you are so cynical, I hope I never become so full of spite that I can't find it in me to help others. Have a nice day.

Gball

Don't be a mug. Guaranteed 99% of food bank users are smokers and you can … Don't be a mug. Guaranteed 99% of food bank users are smokers and you can bet your life they find the cash to fund their nasty, expensive habit. Oh here come the attacking replies, always happens when somebody sticks their head above the pc parapet.



I may be wrong... but this appears to be a generalisation.

eklynne

I'll be buying one for our local food bank's toy drive at this price. … I'll be buying one for our local food bank's toy drive at this price. Thanks OP.



How is that supposed to help hungry people? I don't get it.

coco2007

How is that supposed to help hungry people? I don't get it.


It's a toy drive that is being run by our foodbank. What are you not getting here?
Edited by: "eklynne" 17th Dec 2014

Classic game - nice find.

eklynne

It's a toy drive that is being run by our foodbank. What are you not … It's a toy drive that is being run by our foodbank. What are you not getting here?



If I was so poor that I couldn't afford to eat properly and had to rely on a food bank, I think I'd rather have £6.66 of food than a Connect 4 game.

coco2007

If I was so poor that I couldn't afford to eat properly and had to rely … If I was so poor that I couldn't afford to eat properly and had to rely on a food bank, I think I'd rather have £6.66 of food than a Connect 4 game.


Wow, this site really is full of total mercenaries eh? It's Christmas, I'm happy to spare a few quid to see a kid get a gift where they might otherwise not. I'll be donating food next week also, obviously. Have a nice Christmas.

If you don't care about having a branded, original version, Home Bargains have "Four in a Row" for £2.99.

This deal is obviously the Devil's work, so it doesn't need any heat!

eklynne

Hi Gball. That may be the case where you live, but not here. I live in … Hi Gball. That may be the case where you live, but not here. I live in what was once an affluent town where many families have fallen on really hard times since a lot of the industry has closed down in the last 10 years (electronics, rolls royce). There is genuine hardship here. Sorry you are so cynical, I hope I never become so full of spite that I can't find it in me to help others. Have a nice day.



I am pleased to say that the nearest food bank is actually 65 miles away from where I live thank you very much.

My kids have a short attention span, so I bought this instead:

http://i.imgur.com/CJ3JSiU.jpg

Gball

I am pleased to say that the nearest food bank is actually 65 miles away … I am pleased to say that the nearest food bank is actually 65 miles away from where I live thank you very much.


Explains the NIMBY attitude...

I bought the cheapo version in B & M yesterday which actually looks slight better.

bmstores.co.uk/pro…367

Gball

I am pleased to say that the nearest food bank is actually 65 miles away … I am pleased to say that the nearest food bank is actually 65 miles away from where I live thank you very much.



where do you live that is 65 miles from a town or city? in the sea? they all have food banks.
Edited by: "chrisbass" 17th Dec 2014

chrisbass

where do you live that is 65 miles from a town or city? in the sea? they … where do you live that is 65 miles from a town or city? in the sea? they all have food banks.



In one of the nicest and most remote places in the country, not a food bank to be seen. Food banks are all about bad money management anyway, in this country I'm sure you can buy 10 pence loaves and tins of beans in low cost shops such as Aldi or Lidl so why on earth are people "starving"? Simple, they spend their money on fags, booze and lottery tickets knowing full well they can go cap in hand to a food bank and get free food donated by overly generous mugs.

Gball

In one of the nicest and most remote places in the country, not a food … In one of the nicest and most remote places in the country, not a food bank to be seen. Food banks are all about bad money management anyway, in this country I'm sure you can buy 10 pence loaves and tins of beans in low cost shops such as Aldi or Lidl so why on earth are people "starving"? Simple, they spend their money on fags, booze and lottery tickets knowing full well they can go cap in hand to a food bank and get free food donated by overly generous mugs.



you sound like a lovely person, merry Christmas to one and all!

chrisbass

you sound like a lovely person, merry Christmas to one and all!



Thank you.

Is there anyone out there who could beat me at this

eklynne

Wow, this site really is full of total mercenaries eh? It's Christmas, … Wow, this site really is full of total mercenaries eh? It's Christmas, I'm happy to spare a few quid to see a kid get a gift where they might otherwise not. I'll be donating food next week also, obviously. Have a nice Christmas.



Why donate to a food bank for someone to dish it out to people who might not deserve it - there's a food bank near me, but nobody in this small town where everyone knows everyone else is actually starving or sleeping rough. The only people who ask for help are those alcoholics and drug addicts who squander their money...... oh yes, and like another poster said, those who buy cigarettes etc that are not essential.
There might well be deserving cases in big cities, but I have not yet seen anyone featured in the media who is actually 'needy' through no fault of their own - and you can bet if there were tons of deserving cases then some of them would be paraded in a newspaper to prove it.
I'm on a low income and get some working tax credits, but if I earned an extra 250 pounds a month I still wouldn't lose any credits - that's how low an income some self employed people have in order to keep a family ! Never mind the lazy dossers, some of us who work for ourselves are getting so little that we have to decide which bill not to pay each month.
We feed the children, give them lots of love, clothing etc..... but are really cheesed off seeing lazy scumbags buy take aways, smoke, drink etc which is all paid for by the government as none of them work despite foreigners earning money in the local tourist industry.

kamenitzabrit

Why donate to a food bank for someone to dish it out to people who might … Why donate to a food bank for someone to dish it out to people who might not deserve it - there's a food bank near me, but nobody in this small town where everyone knows everyone else is actually starving or sleeping rough. The only people who ask for help are those alcoholics and drug addicts who squander their money...... oh yes, and like another poster said, those who buy cigarettes etc that are not essential. There might well be deserving cases in big cities, but I have not yet seen anyone featured in the media who is actually 'needy' through no fault of their own - and you can bet if there were tons of deserving cases then some of them would be paraded in a newspaper to prove it. I'm on a low income and get some working tax credits, but if I earned an extra 250 pounds a month I still wouldn't lose any credits - that's how low an income some self employed people have in order to keep a family ! Never mind the lazy dossers, some of us who work for ourselves are getting so little that we have to decide which bill not to pay each month.We feed the children, give them lots of love, clothing etc..... but are really cheesed off seeing lazy scumbags buy take aways, smoke, drink etc which is all paid for by the government as none of them work despite foreigners earning money in the local tourist industry.


Step away from the Daily Mail...(_;)

thanks op good old game

kamenitzabrit

Why donate to a food bank for someone to dish it out to people who might … Why donate to a food bank for someone to dish it out to people who might not deserve it - there's a food bank near me, but nobody in this small town where everyone knows everyone else is actually starving or sleeping rough. The only people who ask for help are those alcoholics and drug addicts who squander their money...... oh yes, and like another poster said, those who buy cigarettes etc that are not essential. There might well be deserving cases in big cities, but I have not yet seen anyone featured in the media who is actually 'needy' through no fault of their own - and you can bet if there were tons of deserving cases then some of them would be paraded in a newspaper to prove it. I'm on a low income and get some working tax credits, but if I earned an extra 250 pounds a month I still wouldn't lose any credits - that's how low an income some self employed people have in order to keep a family ! Never mind the lazy dossers, some of us who work for ourselves are getting so little that we have to decide which bill not to pay each month.We feed the children, give them lots of love, clothing etc..... but are really cheesed off seeing lazy scumbags buy take aways, smoke, drink etc which is all paid for by the government as none of them work despite foreigners earning money in the local tourist industry.



Well said, finally somebody else with their brain switched on!

In this country it's almost impossible to be starving! If you're on the dole you have benefits coming out of your ears and since you pay for nothing and your kids eat for free at school then you should NEVER need to be anywhere near a food bank.

Low earners get working tax credits and ergo, same applies, no need for food banks!

The only people who go to food banks are gamblers, druggies, alcoholics and the dole scroungers who spend their benefits on games consoles, iPhones, fags, drink and food for their staffy dogs. They figure that the fools donating their hard earned to fill food banks can foot the bill for feeding their squads of children.

Bet your life 90% of food bank fodder have a pack of fags and an iphone in their pockets!!

Edited by: "Gball" 18th Dec 2014
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